Monday, March 23, 2015

Mee Sua


The other time, after eating the mee sua at Ching's house, i loves it, Ching mention if she goes back to her hometown at Sitiawan, she will get me the mee sua.  Thanks to Ching for the mee sua.


Use 2 of it


Got some ikan bilis and used it to cook the soup base


Bought $2 minced meat, mixed with shredded carrot and season with pepper, sesame oil, hua tiao chiew, made it into meatball.


This is my mee sua, with broccoli, hard boiled egg and meatball

40 comments:

  1. I like meesua too.. I always cook very simple meesua with just soup, and add an egg.. Meesua is tasty alreasy on its own.. Nice..

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  2. oh, the meesua looks good!! nice to have soupy things once in a while.. :)

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  3. Yummy Sharon, like the clean flavour

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  4. Looks good, I love mee sua, just had a 八珍面线 last weekend, it was good!

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  5. I wouldn't mind to have a bowl of these goodies :D

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  6. So not lazy, can make meatballs and cook mee sua :D

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  7. 这里比较难吃到面线,价钱也不便宜呢…我也很想吃!>_<

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    1. Here, mee sua is available in supermarket, but after eating this from Sitiawan, find that this is the best i have eaten...

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  8. A balanced meal, Sharon... Not bad!!

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  9. That is a nice bowl of home cooked mee sua. My favourite noodle is mee sua...I was brought up in Sitiawan.

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    1. Mine is anyhow cook, hehe... Same, i also like mee sua... Icic...

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  10. wow, it looks so delicious. I sure love it.

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  11. Seems like you also started to experiment in cooking. I also love mee sua!

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    1. I anyhow cook, same same, i also loves mee sua, hehe...

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  12. Can share the steps and recipe to make it? I would like to try

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    1. The soup, i boil with ikan bilis, the timing, i agar agar as i didn't really go see the time.

      The ingredients, up to you see what you want to go with...

      The mee sua, i just boil with water, then take out and pour the soup over it...

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  13. I have a kg of mee sua brought over by my sil from Sibu during cny. Havent use them. Haha. Luckily it can be kept so no hurry using them.

    Fried mee sua also nice too.

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    1. Ya lor, can be kept, that's why i also no hurry to cook all, hehe...

      Yes, it's nice, i have no confident in frying it, so don't think i will fry it... hehe...

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  14. dont knock my head ah but I never like the taste of mee suah...but if cook in wine then i like la. LOL

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    1. No worried, i won't knock your head, keke...

      I opposite with you, i like mee suah, keke...

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  15. What a clever Sharon! You are good at Zumba dancing and kitchen cooking too!

    Do you dance and cook at same time?

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  16. Mee Sua with meat ballsssss! I love!

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    1. Feel like having meat balls, so add it in...

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  17. I don't quite like mee sua but both my kids love them and easy to cook.

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